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On the two-year anniversary of Prince’s death by accidental opioid overdose, the singer’s family filed a wrongful death suit in Illinois state court against Walgreens and an Illinois hospital that treated Prince for a separate overdose one week earlier.
Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Men and other blockbuster comic book series, was hit with claims of assault and battery in Illinois state court Monday from a massage therapist who said Lee grabbed her foot and rubbed it against his genitals.
A Pennsylvania appeals court affirmed Monday a jury’s verdict in favor of an emergency room physician in a suit alleging negligent treatment of a teen suffering from shortness of breath who later died, saying a third amended complaint added new causes of action properly excluded by the trial judge.
The Idaho Supreme Court has revived a suit accusing Wal-Mart Stores Inc. of being responsible for a woman’s slip-and-fall injury, saying the retailer is alleged to have unsupervised product kiosks known to leak water, a factual dispute that precludes dismissal at this stage of the case.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Monday to hear a medical malpractice suit brought by the widower of a woman who claimed a Dallas County hospital knew for years that a piece of a plastic catheter had been left inside her body after a heart procedure but didn’t tell her.